Our favorite crazy Swedish duo Dada Life has announced a secret show in New York City on Wednesday, June 6th. The location will be announced on Wednesday and doors open at 8 p.m.
The event is 19+ and free when you RSVP on their website. So if you don’t want to shell out the big bucks for Tiesto at Lavo, grab your champagne and get ready to go bananas with the electro-thumping duo!To RSVP click here.
The Underground Rebel Bingo Club is a society with chapters around the globe—spanning New York to Beijing—that has reinvented bingo. Doing away with the prudish, antiquated game of geriatrics everywhere, the folks over at Rebel Bingo have created a wild and covertly operated alternative. The allure lies in the stealthy nature of this beast: cropping up in a multitude of discreet locales, bamboozling the public with fabricated cover stories, and offering a unique strain of saucy madness.
The large, gothic ballroom in the Angel Orensanz Center boiled in a sinister red light that illuminated the decaying cathedral backdrop with its curling, cringing Corinthian collumns and rust-colored archways as Austin, Texas' psychedelic-rock group the Black Angels took the stage for a secret, invite-only show to give the masses a taste of their new album, Phosphene Dream, which officially debuts on September 14.
Already making a heavy showing at the SXSW festival earlier this summer, and continuing onto the Reading Leeds Festival in the UK just two weeks ago, the Angels have fulfilled the fall-tour prerequisite by captivating festival junkies in the summer months, and have thrown a glob of icing on the proverbial cake with their new album debuting this month. Taking much of their influence from the iconic psychedelic group The Velvet Underground (including their name and band logo), the Angels throw together a darker, more penetrating twist.